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with angela merkel in washington. together they set a new trigger for broader sector based sanctions against russia. any interference with crucial elections later this month. >> if in fact we see the disruptions and destabilization continuing so severely that it impedes elections on may 25th, you will not have a choice but to move forward with additional more severe sanctions. >> reporter: until now, such penalties against russia's energy, arms, banking sectors have been reserved for a full scale invasion. russia remains undeterred. russian officials say the ukraine's military operations in the east effectively can you tell ella deal reached in geneva last month to diffuse the crisis and they called for emergency session of the u.n. security council to highlight alleged threats to russians inside ukraine. to reassure the west and european allies, they're considering expanding and extending military exercises in the region. defense secretary chuck hagel said all members of the alliance, not just the u.s., must share the burden. >> we must not squander this opportunity or shrink from this chal
. president obama and german chancellor angela merkel discussing russian sanctions today at the white house. our john harwood is there. you know, you can say one thing, john. it does seem miss merkel and president obama did put past their differences on the nsa spying. they were aligned. >> reporter: they are not together on nsa spying and made that plain and ukraine is the issue as angela merkel said. that dominated their meeting, and that situation is getting worse, not better. two helicopters, ukrainians helicopters shot down by pro-russian militants there. you had 38 people killed in odessa in a fire. you had other skirmishes with four people losing their lives. you have ukrainian forces trying to eject some of those pro-russian militants from some of the positions they have taken up in eastern ukraine and merkel and the president at the white house said if russia doesn't stop interfering in ukrainians' internal affairs in advance of the may 25th elections they will consider more serious sanctions than they have so far. >> russian leadership must know that if it continues to destabilize
the president and chancellor merkel, the dow is down, interestingly exxon mobil in the energy sector new 52-week high today. that does it for us here. have a great weekend. "power lunch" begins right now. >>> those are very nice chapeau over there. that is as big a number as we've seen in years, better there are some questions for the market and for the nation. the participation rate fell. we'll break apart the good and bad from this employment report. >>> a violent corner is turned in ukraine. the ukrainian army surrounding a russian-controlled town before attacking. these are the images pro-russians fighting back with anti-aircraft weapons downing at least one helicopter. there are cabots today on both sides. >>> plus a new report from financial advisers. >>> hi, ty. we start this hour with jobs in the usa. the market we actually may be muted for a couple reasons. low participation, and the new violence in ukraine and the real threat of war. the s&p 500 is still positive. nasdaq is positive by about a tenth of a percent, and the russell 2000 is positive as well. the ten-year note, the yield is
later on. >>> we have breaking news, the president any moment now and german chancellor angela merkel to make a statement. john, it is not happening in a vacuum. russia's call for a u.n. security council meeting and word that unrest is moving to odessa, the third largest city there. >> reporter: yeah. events are in the moving in a good direction in the eastern ukraine and i think the president and the chancellor are going to address those and see how best they can maintain a united front and deep disagreements on the pace and depth of sanctions advisable at this point. you've also got the favorable jobs report i would expect the president to talk about that but not to disagree entirely with what we heard from rick santelli and the pace of growth is still not fast enough and unemployment is not down enough for the satisfaction of anybody and i'd expect the president to address all of that in the fairly brief news conference that we'll have after two of them make opening statements. >> when that happens, john, we'll come right back to you. john harwood in the rose garden on this friday
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's council of economic advisers joins me to go through the jobs numbers. angela merkel and president obama looking like asked friends these days. how they will seek to present a united front against vladimir putin as merkel visits the white house. stay "in the loop." ♪ our top turn back to story, the april jobs report coming in strong. the chairman of the u.s. council of economic advisers is joining us to share the obama's administration response to those numbers. mohamed el-erian also staying with me. jason, how much of this bounce in april is a bounce back from the winter weather in the first quarter? >> we did see strong months in february and march in the jobs report as well. it bounces around a bit from month-to-month. i think it is the trend over the long term i focus on. athave been adding jobs about 200,000 private sector jobs per month the last year. that is a strong and steady pace of growth. we would like to see that continuing. doesn't make it harder for the democrats to push for a minimum wage hike and to reinstate employment benefits? >> i don't think it makes it harder. by
merkel are meeting at the white house today to put on a display of unit against russia. the two leaders will have a news conference this morning days after the u.s. and european union mosted new sanctions over russia over unis your gent into ukraine. >>> well, there is a winner in that is a cease style contest for the next space -- in the nasa style contest for the new uniforms to be used in the space suits for its next visit to the moon. nasa is concerned with more than just how it looks. nasa has redesigned it so it is easier to walk in. the new suit -- get this -- costs $4.5 million to develop. >> oh, my goodness. i like the way the model is standing. >> that is what you would look like! [ laughing ] >>> well, 4:48 is the time. sal, it is friday. we get a little silly. >> it is friday? >> already. can you believe it? >> it is may! >> it is good. and cooler which is even better. good morning. i don't want to steal steve's thunder. i will ask steve a question. be ready! but right now traffic on the bay bridge is moving along pretty well. about an 8 minute, maybe a little less th
, at the white house the president will be meeting with the german chancellor angela merkel. his issues likely to come up in a news conference with reporters. the president is hosting the german chancellor for a working lunch and an oval office meeting. those nsa phone taps the situation in ukraine are also subject to dominate the conversation. we want to begin with the issue of benghazi because it has come front and center yet again. this morning inside the "the wall street journal" -- meanwhile, "the hill" newspaper has an item. one of the e-mails details national security advisor -- senator lindsey graham of south carolina calls roads e-mail a smoking gun that proves the white house tried to spin the facts at of the presidential election. that e-mail just part of the story. course hearing by house republicans and the house oversight committee. overseeing what was happening in north africa and the middle east. this is part of the opening statement. the chairman of that committee california republican darrell issa. >> some of the documents which were brought to light only days ago through a f
merkel is saying, my corporations like adidas and others o'clock they want me to stop with the russian sanctions. >> i wonder if when angela merkel is in the united states, if she uses open table. >> i'm not really sure. >> i don't know either. >> i knee she's on linkedin. >> coming up. she's world class hacker who has taken down terrorists and saved the world on the hit show "24". but can khloe hack brian's computer. >> there is time. >> hold on! thank goodness. >> sweating it. >> khloe is in the house! >> what happened to tully? >> first, we are going too check in with bill hemmer for what is coming up at the top of the hour. >> that was written into the show, wasn't it? >> yes, absolutely. >> 'cause we're running out of time! >> happy friday. great show this morning. breaking news in all places. benghazi right now. there has been an attack in that city. details shortly. speaker boehner wants john kerry to testify about those benghazi e-mails. what happens there. who has a role in obamacare and paid? new numbers on that today. three years since bin laden was killed. why is al-qaeda g
journal" and unfortunately angela merkel is sending a message, "my top corporations don't want anymore involvement." >> i agree with fred, it's russian special operations. they're illegal and violating of the geneva agreement. but there are new sanctions that are potentially being prepared. i mean, i think the u.s. is looking at ratcheting it up to match what russia is doing there, but what we really want is for them to de-escalate the situation. >> but when you look at the record of sanctions, rick, through history, going all the way back to cuba and rhodesia and all these places, when they work, it takes a long, long time. >> i would argue putin is making fundamental errors that in the long run are detrimental to his country. the president has said there's no military solution to this so you have to look at alternatives. >> but you're being rational. assuming putin is rational. >> i don't think we should be irrational because he's irrational. >> no, but we have to find something rational to do. >> one of the problems with sanctions here is reports out this morning that russia is not
't. >> by the way, is there a joint news conference tomorrow by obama and merkel? >> yes. you can expect that. >> okay. >> major garrett. >> jay, do you wish this e-mail had been included earlier? >> here's what i can tell you, we provided -- >> just, not asking anything about the broader, just do you wish this had been included in the process of communicating, the administration communication to the congress that was requested? >> i wish that rather than spending so much of their time -- and we all have limited time, right? -- republicans in congress on this and on repealing the affordable act, republicans in congress actually got about the business of helping the economy grow and helping it create jobs and making the necessary investments for the economy to grow in the future. >> has been providing, as the president said, all relevant information, do you wish that this had been included in that relevant information? can you imagine not being a partisan, not being a conspiracy theorist, someone hearing that conservative group sues the state department or a foia application is requested, this
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